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Re: Did the Census leave out part of Jersey City?
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I got my census form two weeks ago. Filled it out the day after and returned it. It was in a big 9x12 over-sized envelope.

Now today, April 1, I just got ANOTHER census form in the mail.

So will I now be counted twice? Should I fill out and return the second form as well?

It hat lovely "YOUR RESONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW" in big bold letters. But I already responded two weeks ago.

You'd think after hundreds of years as a republic, doing this every ten years, there would finally be a system in place that works.

I smell SNAFU.

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From what I hear, you are supposed to write "DUPLICATE" on it and send it back.

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Metropolis Towers did not get it either. I picked mine up from the post office and just mailed it.


Yup. Metropolis Towers posted a bunch of things about how important it is to fill out the census, but we never got the forms themselves!

Can you pick them up at any post office, or just the census centers?

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I got my census form two weeks ago. Filled it out the day after and returned it. It was in a big 9x12 over-sized envelope.

Now today, April 1, I just got ANOTHER census form in the mail.

So will I now be counted twice? Should I fill out and return the second form as well?

It hat lovely "YOUR RESONSE IS REQUIRED BY LAW" in big bold letters. But I already responded two weeks ago.

You'd think after hundreds of years as a republic, doing this every ten years, there would finally be a system in place that works.

I smell SNAFU.

FG

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Gull's Cove residents have not received census paperwork.

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We have a condo association. We are a very small association though. Only 7 units. I am not sure if my neighbors got theirs or not. I was picking up my neigbors mail for a month, and it looked like he got something from the, not sure if it was the survey or not. He is registered with the state as the association secretary and I am registered as the treasurer.

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Metropolis Towers did not get it either. I picked mine up from the post office and just mailed it.

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Thanks for the tips everyone. I called the Census. They said you can go to a local census center (there are centers on Kennedy Blvd in Bayonne and Monroe Street in Hoboken) to pick up a form or you can wait until April 12 and call the census. Also, workers should still be out visiting homes even if they weren't on the mailing list.

Do those of you who live in buildings have Tennants/Condo Associations?

Working on a story for the paper. Thanks again!

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We did not get ours. I live on 9th St. in Hamilton Park.

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As far as we can tell no one at Grove Pointe got their forms, I didn't and neither did any of my neighbors.

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Census officials say that Jersey City's return rate is among the worst in New Jersey.

But a few Liberty Harbor North residents have said they didn't get forms. Did the Census leave you out? Please contact me! mhayes@jjournal.com

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... us_day_now_fill_it_o.html

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